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  1. The Biryani Bowl is aimed to deliver fresh and delicious foods in Marathahalli Layout,Indiranagar,Kadubeesinahalli,BTM Layout and ITPL area's in Bangalore. We offer you the ability to order your desired food with few clicks on your fingerprints. Choose between the best food specialists in Biryani,Gunturu Chicken, Mutton, Kebabs and Desserts. Our chefs cooking Specially for those who love spicy food then this is the place for them. So, enjoy the best food with the best person at the best price!
  2. Mamagoto comes to Bangalore

    I'm looking forward to this new place.   Mamagoto Opens its Yellow Doors to Bangalore Delhi’s Pan Asian Cuisine destination now open at Bangalore’s Indranagar   Having established itself in New Delhi and Mumbai with 8 outlets, the yellow door will now open in Bengaluru’s Indira Nagar. Mamagoto - a Japanese word - literally translated; it means “to play with food”. It was a Japanese social experiment of sorts, involving infants to use their senses and understand the textures and shapes of food. Borne out of this idea was the Mamagoto concept – to make Asian eating fun, experiential and social. Mamagoto has a relaxed and casual atmosphere where affordable pan-asian fusion food plus drinks combine with quirky decor.   Keeping in tune with the existing outlets Mamagoto will offer just as much in terms of their food and ambiance. Whether you come to dine, to enjoy a few drinks or to help us work on your stomach while you work on that presentation, we are here for it all!   Mamagoto has created concoctions that they believe are not available elsewhere. Using fresh juices and ingredients where possible, a concise and yummy range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages are on offer at incredible value. Fresh fruit cocktails such as our kiwi and mint Collins share the stage with house cocktails such as the Bangkok G&T.   The restaurant is made keeping the fun and colourful Asian designs that send your mind into visual paradise. The main attraction - our mouth watering food, as always, will be top notch as our chefs bring to you their eccentrically brilliant dishes.   The creations are predominantly of Asian origin focusing on the regional cuisines of China, Thailand and Japan (and a few from Indonesia, Burma and Malaysia). Each dish has been crafted with the chef’s personal expressions that experiment with flavours while some retain classic tastes and are presented in a signature style. Dishes are all made to share and are conducive to eat at any time of the day.   The menu offers our classics such as the now much loved Chiang Mai Train Station Noodles, Basil Chicken Cups and Rock Shrimp Tempura as well as new recipes.   About the Décor: Mamagoto continues to extent its visual language and this time brings it up a few notches for its Bangalore city launch. Taking cues from the city’s urban vibe and industrious past whilst keeping in mind its constantly changing social habits, mamagoto Bangalore opens its yellow doors at indiranagar with an underground, bohemian vibe. Steel shutters adorn the walls, antique windows make up the façade, our signature graphics are in faded canvas and hand painted over rugged bricks. The idea is to create a sub culture where creative minds interact in a space filled with a ready energy. Spaced out across over 60 seats, it is designed to become the city’s best kept secret.           Meal for two: Rs 1500 Address: 949, 12th Main, HAL 2nd stage, Indira Nagar, Bangalore -560038 Restaurant Timings: 12pm – 10:30pm Phone Number: 080- 40937237          
  3. Tadka Singh opens in Bangalore

    New QSR format of Punjabi food opens in Bangalore Indiranagar. Tadka Singh  TADKA SINGH #538 C.M.H ROAD, INDIRANAGAR (OPP. METRO STATION), BANGALORE Camera Photos, so bear with the ok quality.       The outdoor seating area has a wall with wacky one liners.     Punjabi Kadhi Pakoda, Jeera Aaloo, Amritsari Chole... Mutton Curry, Mutton Keema, Dal makhani..   The food is  inspired by dhaba food but with a leaner touch, and that's a welcome change from excessive grease. I've eaten foods at dhabas in Amritsar, Ludhiana, Jullundur...and most of the food there is so oily that it can easily run a few tractors. Washed all this down with a few glasses of salted lassi ( Mattha actually) and one glass of a Sweet Lassi.   Looking forward to more khana- shana at Tadka Singh.
  4. Pinkberry frozen yoghurt launched today. A healthier option, Pinkberry's distinctive yogurt flavors are expertly crafted to complement fresh cut fruit and dry toppings.   Chocolate with a brownie and smarties. It wasnt ordinary, tasted like Madagascar or Ecuador origin.     Pinkberry original as they call it, means without flavour. This is what frozen yoghurt tastes like, a kind of Mishti doi. With Kiwi, pomegranate arils and almond.   There was a salted caramel flavour which was delicious but I had dug into it before taking a photo.   Pinkberry Bengaluru  100 Feet Road Indiranagar, Next to Axis Bank.
  5. chocolate pinkberry

    From the album My Pixels

  6. Original Pinkberry Indiranagar

    From the album My Pixels

    Original flavour with almonds, kiwi and pomegranate.
  7. Smokehouse Deli Bangalore

    Going today for a serious lunch preview with ceo and founder Riyaaz Amlani of Smokehouse Deli and  launch night in the evening. More to follow.
  8. Adupadi Chettinad restaurant

    Adupadi, the newly opened Chettinad restaurant is located at the double road, past CMH road, Indiranagar. This afternoon we went there for lunch and had a pleasant experience. The classic chettinad look with carved pillars and teak beams is prevalent throughout this 2 level restaurant. [img]http://www.gourmetindia.com/uploads/gallery/album_3/gallery_1_3_173820.jpg[/img] Here's what we had: [b]Mutton sukka[/b] Tender [s]chunks[/s] nuggets of boneless lamb meat stir fried in aromatic spices [img]http://www.gourmetindia.com/uploads/gallery/album_3/gallery_1_3_45734.jpg[/img] [b]vaalaaikaai karuvatuu varuval[/b] Quite a tongue twister! Stir fried Raw banana chunks. [img]http://www.gourmetindia.com/uploads/gallery/album_3/gallery_1_3_345822.jpg[/img] [b]naatu koli sukka varuval[/b] Country chicken on the bone in a pepper sauce [img]http://www.gourmetindia.com/uploads/gallery/album_3/gallery_1_3_178279.jpg[/img] [b] meen kolambu[/b] seer fish slices in a tangy gravy [img]http://www.gourmetindia.com/uploads/gallery/album_3/gallery_1_3_261314.jpg[/img] [b]vatha kulambu[/b] dried mango, brinjal and turkey berries in a sour gravy [img]http://www.gourmetindia.com/uploads/gallery/album_3/gallery_1_3_80329.jpg[/img] [b]parottas[/b] [img]http://www.gourmetindia.com/uploads/gallery/album_3/gallery_1_3_145266.jpg[/img] I'm no authority on Chettinad food but I can safely opine that this was an underspiced version. I mean this wasnt the kind that has you breaking into perspiration. The aromatics were there but not the chillie heat, I quite liked it. Any body here has first hand experience of eating in Chettinad homes?
  9. Peacock restaurant Bangalore

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